Just as Internet shopping has replaced traditional trips to brick-and-mortar stores for many people, the availability of pirated and counterfeit goods online has replaced the old way of handling intellectual property-infringement disputes.

Thus, the Shelton firm Roche Pia has tailored its boutique practice to cyber law, focusing on Internet piracy, domain name disputes, computer crimes and other problems that arise with the instant availability of information, the anonymity of operating a Web site and the ease with which profits can be made by ripping off other people’s products.

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